#tellEWA Member Stories (Dec. 4-10)
Here's what we're reading by EWA members this week:
The Capital-Journal’s Rafael Garcia and The Seaman Clipper’s Madeline Gearhart cover a school district faced with newly discovered information connecting their namesake to the KKK.
“Early post-election moves by President-elect Joe Biden suggest he is poised to offer the nation’s ailing community colleges a rare moment in the sun,” writes Greg Toppo for The 74.
Kalyn Belsha of Chalkbeat reports on new approaches to grading during remote learning and the increase in failing grades.
A team of fellows with the CalMatters College Journalism Network cover student-led efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on college campuses.
EdSurge’s Tony Wan breaks down the ongoing experiment with income-share agreements among colleges and universities.
Patrick Wall of Chalkbeat Newark reports on educators’ concerns about tying student test scores to teacher ratings during remote learning.
The Connecticut Post’s Linda Lambeck covers a new report that suggests the state’s approach to accountability under ESSA is leaving some minority students underserved.
Alia Malik of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution provides a snapshot of dual-language immersion programs during hybrid and remote learning.
The Port Charlotte Sun’s Anna Bryson reports on the increase in, and severity of, child abuse reports as schools open.
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